From Dr. Lynnae Quick at NASA Goddard:
I’m looking for a summer intern to do some geologic mapping of features on Jupiter’s moon Europa. No prior experience with geologic mapping or ArcGIS is required. Fellow icy moons scientist and expert geologic mapper, Dr. Emily Martin (National Air and Space Museum) will serve as a co-mentor and will train the selected student in ArcGIS. This internship will be virtual and the stipend will be based on educational level. Typical undergraduate intern stipends are ~ $5500 for a 10 week internship; grad students make a bit more.
To apply, visit intern.nasa.gov to confirm eligibility. Then, create an account, and search for project number #20131: Geological Mapping of Resurfacing Features on Europa-Virtual to view the project description. We’d be excited to work with students for whom this would be their first foray into planetary science and/or geology. Note that applicants must be U.S. citizens who are enrolled full-time in an academic program, with at least a 3.0 GPA. Graduating seniors are eligible to apply as long as they will be enrolling into an M.S. or Ph.D. program in Fall 2021. The deadline to apply is March 5. Please share with your networks. Questions?? Please send an email, to the attention of Dr. Lynnae Quick, to: Lynnae.C.Quick@nasa.gov